Surprising details about the surrounding situation Hope is singleDUI’s arrest has been announced after his release.
The former U.S. soccer player, 40, was arrested Thursday, March 31, in North Carolina on charges of driving under the influence. Received exclusively, according to a report from the Winston-Salem Police Department Our weeklyA pedestrian noticed that the solo was “passed backwards.” [the] Wheels for over [one] An hour before his arrest. The engine was reported to be running. When authorities woke him up, they noticed the smell of alcohol in his breath and his eyes were red.
After trying to contact a third party, Solo Field refused to participate in the sabotage test and was issued a search warrant to obtain a blood sample within 48 hours of his arrest. Us Previously confirmed that Dancing with the Stars Alum was charged with impaired driving and obstruction of arrest. Because her 2-year-old twins, Lozenge and Vittorio, were in the car, she too was charged with child abuse.
The Single: Memories of hope The author shares the children with the husband Jeremy Stevens. After being released from police custody, the retired athlete broke his silence on his arrest via Instagram.
“Thank you to those who have shown love and support. Our families are strong and surrounded by love,” he wrote on Sunday, April 3rd. I will be able to share the facts in time. ”
The Washington Native continues: “In the meantime, our kids are enjoying the NC sun, eating popsicles and playing on our property. Life can be hard, but these moments are really important. I feel blessed to have this kind of love in my life.”
His attorney, Rich Nichols, said earlier Us In a statement: “On Counselor’s advice, Asha can’t talk about this situation. But she wants everyone to know that her children are her life, she was released immediately and is now at home with her family, a story that is more sympathetic than the initial complaint and she We are waiting for his opportunity to protect them. (Us The police have reached out for comment on the additional claim in the report.
A hearing is scheduled for June 28. According to the police report, the release of the Olympic gold medalist was “a calm and responsible adult who will take charge of the defendant until 11:00 am on Friday, April 11, 2022. A written promise to appear in court is being implemented.”
Solo played for the U.S. national women’s soccer team from 2000 to 2016. Three years after the end of his contract, the former goalkeeper told AP that he has no regrets about his career.
In May 2019, he said, “I will tell you that I am really happy where I am in life, that I have fulfilled what I wanted to accomplish on the field.” “If I had retired without the World Cup trophy, I think I would never have been able to sustain my new lifestyle. But fortunately we won that 2015 World Cup and I was able to win a few golden gloves, which was my personal goal and a few gold medals. Everyone has a goalkeeping record. I’m not sure I could do much more. “
With reporting by Diana Cooper